Looky what I found manicuring my garden for planting in N.E. Tennessee ๐Ÿ‘€

Make up rouge compact Sold 1920 to 1925.


Mary Pickford was “Pompeian Beauty of the Year” in 1917  โ—๏ธ

About big around as a silver dollar.

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  1. How interesting! How long do you think it had been buried in your garden?

    Itโ€™s not fairโ€ฆ Iโ€™ve been looking for hidden money and my flower gardens for years and found nothing!!

    It is so cold hereโ€ฆ The coldest day before memorial day EVER!!! I had to turn my furnace back onโ€ฆ I think itโ€™s about 45ยฐ right now and thereโ€™s frost warnings up in northern Iowa and possibly touching Boone County. I covered some of my flowers

    Have a good memorial day

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    1. โ“ In Dec. & Jan. I spaded up, that section, a foot deep & mixed in 10 pounds of sand & ‘Miracle Grow’ potting mix prepping for the columbine seedlings which I planted last week, and there it was, a round clump of mud which I soaked in water then cleaned it up ๐Ÿค“


    1. 100 yrs ago folks dumped their trash in the country โ—๏ธ My house was built as a shanty in the 50’s before being built as a house in the 70’s. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  2. Things like this makes you wonder how it got there โ€ฆlike one old fashion movies accidentally knocked it out the window or purse or perhaps a overly dramatic fight. Perhaps the women indulged without the breadwinner knowing and hid it under the house and it eventually it got buriedโ€ฆ fascinating

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